Fast Retailing chief commits to digital future – Financial Times

Financial TimesFast Retailing chief commits to digital futureFinancial TimesYukihiro Makita, digital marketing expert at the Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, said the challenge for Fast Retailing was to expand ecommerce sales while also enhancing the in-store experience. “Digital marketing and logistics and supply …

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Fast Retailing chief commits to digital future – Financial Times

Is Manhattan on the edge of a prime housing precipice? – Financial Times

Financial TimesIs Manhattan on the edge of a prime housing precipice?Financial TimesEven as developers have been reshaping Manhattan's skyline with soaring residential towers, the local new-build market has been dropping like a stone. The number of new homes sold in Manhattan in the year to September is down 39 per cent on the same …

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Is Manhattan on the edge of a prime housing precipice? – Financial Times

Could Manhattan be on the edge of a prime housing precipice? – Financial Times

Financial TimesCould Manhattan be on the edge of a prime housing precipice?Financial TimesEven as developers have been reshaping Manhattan's skyline with soaring residential towers, the local new-build market has been dropping like a stone. The number of new homes sold in Manhattan in the year to September is down 39 per cent on the same …

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Could Manhattan be on the edge of a prime housing precipice? – Financial Times

The London Report: Supply glut fears send package makers tumbling – Financial Times

The London Report: Supply glut fears send package makers tumblingFinancial TimesTelecom Plus, the network marketing business for utilities, led the FTSE 250 gainers on buy advice from Peel Hunt and Numis. Both brokers expected the energy tariff cap to narrow competition between suppliers and boost Telecom Plus's customer count.

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The London Report: Supply glut fears send package makers tumbling – Financial Times

Busting the myths of investment: who needs income? – Financial Times

Financial TimesBusting the myths of investment: who needs income?Financial TimesHandicap number two is that you reinvest at the market price for the shares which, given the price to book is 3.5x, means that you will get to own just 28.5 cents (100 ÷ 3.5) of the company's capital for every $1 you reinvest. For every $1 of dividend …

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Busting the myths of investment: who needs income? – Financial Times

‘Mid-City’ property market in London united in its suffering – Financial Times

Financial Times'Mid-City' property market in London united in its sufferingFinancial TimesBut the Mid-City market is also united in its suffering. There were 59 £1m-plus sales across the four neighbourhoods in the 12 months to March 2018, according to Land Registry data compiled by Hamptons International — a little more than half of the …

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‘Mid-City’ property market in London united in its suffering – Financial Times